Blake Lively jokes about staying unrecognizable… despite wearing a wallet with her name on it
Turns out Blake Lively isn’t exactly a master of disguise.
The actress joked that she remained unrecognizable under a baseball cap, despite carrying a bright red bag with her name on it on Tuesday.
tThe Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants actress, 34, posted a photo of her going incognito under a gray “Director” hat worn on her messy bun.
‘I don’t think anyone knew it was me’: Blake Lively joked that she remained unrecognizable under a baseball cap, despite wearing a bright red bag with her name on it
But the bold leather bag with her name written in capital letters was not missing.
‘Good thing I had a hat. I don’t think anyone knew it was me,” Blake captioned the photo.
The A-lister tried to stay unobtrusive with a taupe crop top, striped pants and a pair of chunky red and white sneakers.
While Blake may have been trying to divert attention from herself, she’s been making headlines lately as the director of Taylor Swift’s new music video, I Bet You Think About Me.
Buddies: Lively wore Taylor Swift’s ring from I Bet You Think About Me ahead of the video’s premiere
A few days before the video premiered, Blake hinted at what awaited her when she wore the dazzling heart-shaped ring seen in the video.
Blake had shared a close-up of her ring-decked hand, writing on Instagram: “My career as a hand model is really taking off.”
The photo was taken on the day Blake celebrated the end of the US travel ban in the Empire State Building earlier this month, where she wore the accessory.
When the video was released Monday, Taylor was seen wearing the same heart-shaped, diamond-lined ruby ring that Blake was wearing in the Instagram photo.
Rings and all: The 34-year-old actress directed the singer’s music video and just days before the clip was released on Monday, Blake shared a close-up of her hand adorned with rings, writing: ‘My hand modeling career is really taking off’
bling! Lively wore the ring as she celebrated the end of the US travel ban at the Empire State Building earlier this month
Sparkle: When the video was released Monday, Taylor was seen wearing the same heart-shaped, diamond-lined ruby ring that Blake was wearing in the Instagram photo
The song is featured on Taylor’s re-recorded version of her 2012 album, and the video featured several other callbacks to her past, including the same column dress she donned in her Red countdown clip a few weeks ago, the same Cathy Waterman monogrammed ring on the red cover (Taylor’s Version) and the top hat she wore for her 2012 MTV EMA performance of We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.
And at one point, the 31-year-old singer presented the bride in the clip with a red gift box with a red scarf, a reference to the lyrics of her other song All Too Well, which mentions leaving such an accessory at home from the sister of an ex-boyfriend.
Taylor had previously shared her enthusiasm for working with Blake on the video.
She wrote on Instagram: ‘I finally got to work with the brilliant, brave and insanely funny @blakelively on her directorial debut. Come with us when we make a toast, and a little hell.’
Nods: There are numerous references in the video. At one point, the singer gives the bride a red gift box with a red scarf, a reference to the lyrics of her other song All Too Well, which mentions that she leaves such an accessory in the house of the sister of an ex-boyfriend. boyfriend
Talking about the meaning of the song with BillboardTaylor said, “We wanted this song to be a comedic, ironic, funny, don’t care what anyone thinks of you, kind of a break-up song, because there are many different kinds of heartbreak songs on Red – some of them are very sincere, some very stoic and heartbreaking and sad – we wanted this to be the moment when you think, ‘I don’t care about anything.’
The Grammy-winning star is re-recording her early albums after Scooter Braun bought her former record label, Big Machine Label Group, for $300 million, acquiring the rights to her old catalog.
Scooter’s Ithaca Holdings then sold the catalog to Shamrock Holdings, without giving Taylor a chance to buy her masters.
The original album had 16 songs, but Red (Taylor’s Version) is an epic 30 songs long.
Her Way: The Grammy-winning star is re-recording her early albums after Scooter Braun bought her former record label, Big Machine Label Group, for $300 million, thereby acquiring the rights to her back catalog